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Catalina Support

October 28th, 2019

With macOS 10.15 recently released, here’s a quick run down of the compatibility of our software. The latest versions of Show Desktop and One Key are ready for macOS 10.15, please update them before installing Catalina. Maquarium runs without major issues and will be getting an update to add dark mode and increase compatibility with 10.15. Lastly, 10.15 drops support for 32 bit applications, which means the end of the road for our two retired apps, Bookit and ClipEdit. Happy updating everyone!

# posted at 2:04 pm by Will

Website Update

February 17th, 2015

As you may have noticed, we are doing a bit of spring house-keeping on the website to tidy it up here and there.  We are also  gearing up for the pending One Key 2.0 release, which I’m just finishing up.  Lastly, we are planning on a minor update to Show Desktop to support 10.10’s new menu bar style.

# posted at 10:03 am by Will

Maquarium update on the way

October 28th, 2014

We are pleased to report a new version of Maquarium has been submitted to the Mac App Store. This version adds a new Yosemite friendly appearance, full Retina Mac support, bug fixes and most importantly lays the ground work for more feature-related updates going forward. Look for it in the Mac App Store soon as well as on the website.

# posted at 8:06 pm by Will

Retina Maquarium Update

January 18th, 2013

We are working on a Maquarium update which adds hi-res artwork for Retina Macs. It will also clean up some user interface quarks on the way to a more substantial update. As always, we love hearing from Maquarium users about what they’d like to see included in future updates so please send in your feedback and suggestions.

Thanks, Will

# posted at 10:36 am by Will

TPS Report

February 5th, 2011

We are prepping a minor update to Maquarium for the Mac App Store which resolves a couple bugs and modernizes the codebase. We also have a couple features we’d like to add after it’s accepted to the app store.

On the Bookit front, it’s been slow going. 4.0 is working in-house, however we aren’t happy with how fragile the Firefox 3 bookmark format is. It’s a database which is overly complicated and can be easily screwed up. To that end, we are exploring Firefox 4.0’s new sync API. With a supported API we’re hoping we can create a bookmark sync solution we can be happy with.

Those are the happenings around these parts.

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